The Precious Stones: Emerald, Alphonse Maria Mucha, 1900. Emerald is portrayed as a mysterious and menacing precious stone by Czech artist Mucha. The armchair with animals heads on each arm rest is inspired by one of Mucha's own chairs. It can be seen in many of his drawings and photographs.
This is so true! Some people can't give you their heart because it's in another person's hands. And that's the reason you should burn all those bridges,so you don't fall back into their betrayal and lies
Muse - can check them off my bucket list! But I absolutely have to see them again. They take you into an entirely new universe. Nothing on earth is like Mathew Bellamy's voice or this band live. Obsessed.
This week, LOTS of stuff to talk about, hence a packed column. With the BBC broadcasting a series of programmes about classic albums, I talk about why there is nothing more glorious than the long-player. There’s Django Django, Miles Kane and Palma Violets live, plus I attempt to sit through the Brit Awards. Also, albums from Atoms For Peace, Port Erin and Beaulieu Porch, as well as new music from Primal Scream, Charlie Clark and John Grant. In the second half I continue my journey through…
I am definitely not going to be mean to anyone about it. I might buy shirts and stuff to celebrate the anniversary of The Black Parade. I hope the boys are doing good and that this stops affecting them soon. I just want them to be okay. Whether they get back together or not. -@myfalloutpanic